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On This Day, October 27th

1. 1954: Marilyn Monroe and DiMaggio get divorced It was on this date in 1954 that Marilyn Monroe won an uncontested divorce against baseball…

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Was Winston Churchill All That He Seemed To Be?

Winston Churchill is one of the most famous figures in British history. Leading the country through the Second World War, the then-Prime Minister was…

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Was Ludwig II Of Bavaria’s Murder Covered Up?

Success and wealth mean nothing if you don’t have the people to back you up. Gaining enemies was once a quick way to lose…

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On This Day, October 26th

1. 1881: Gunfight at the OK Corral It was on this date in 1881 that the famous shootout at the OK Corral took place…

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Cruel Queen: Take A Closer Look At The Female Caligula

History isn’t all fun and games. Over the course of time, a great many rulers have come into power, changing their people and country…

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On This Day, October 25th

1. 1944: First Kamikaze mission of the war The term Kamikaze is normally associated with a form of suicide attacks by Japanese military aviators…

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The Life of Revolutionary Marquis de Lafayette (continued)

The Siege of Yorktown unofficially marked the end of the Revolutionary War, though a treaty between Britain and America was not signed until later.…

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Foul Play: 4 Of History’s Most Bizarre Celebrity Deaths

When it comes to unusual deaths, certain celebrities take some beating. Over the years, some of the most famous people have come to some…

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On This Day, October 24th

1. 2003: The last supersonic commercial flight The Concorde Jet was the ultimate symbol of high-end luxury airliners, at least in the commercial sector.…

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The Man Who Broke The Sound Barrier By Simply Taking A Step

In order for a human being to reach speeds over 800mph, there needs to be some serious forces involved. You might think I’m referring…

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